Graduate Microcertificate in Environmental Resiliency
|Tuition / credit hour||$437.54|
|Fee / credit hour|
|Network & Data Systems||$12.10|
Tuition and fees per credit hour reflect fall 2023 rates for students studying completely online. If an online student takes a course on campus, tuition and fees will differ.
Certificate programs are not eligible for financial aid.
This microcertificate is a first step to understanding resiliency. Students who complete the certificate will understand the foundational theories and frameworks of the following types of resilience and understand which theoretical positions to use to access methods for case study application:
- Ecological Resilience in which students will learn to demonstrate awareness of key environmental issues
and the ability to communicate the principal problems the built environment causes
to Earth’s systems for the purposes of broad ecological literacy and working toward
bringing the built environment to operate within planetary boundaries.
- Socially Catalyzed Resilience in which students will grow in their understanding of how sustainability and resiliency
relate to their role, their work and their communities.
- Socio-Ecological Resilience in which students define, explain and apply the economic, environmental and social components of sustainability and resilience. Students will be able to present complex technical information, such as scientific data, clearly to multi-stakeholder groups.
These are just a few of several learning outcomes.
Students must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and at least a 3.0 GPA to enroll. Non-native English speakers must have language scores acceptable for admission by the University of Arkansas graduate school standards.
- ENRE 5123 - Foundations of Environmental Resiliency
Choose two of the three listed electives:
- ENRE 5223 - You Cannot Manage What You Do Not Measure
- ENRE 5323 - Survey of Watershed Hydrology and Water Resource Management
- ENRE 5423 - Business and Environment
The microcertificate can be combined with others for a graduate certificate or a master’s degree in environmental resiliency.